Software developers, designers in demand as Grand Rapids' Atomic Object adds more national clients

Three new technology jobs are on the table in Grand Rapids as Atomic Object continues its steady growth and adds new national clients.

Atomic Object, 941 Wealthy St. SW, describes itself on its website as a company that designs and builds "mobile, web, and embedded software products for clients of all sizes and in nearly every industry." Establishing offices in Detroit and Ann Arbor has broadened the company's reach, resulting in a few tweaks in company structure. As the company's established software designers and developers take on newly created leadership roles, there's a greater need to bring on new user-experience designers and software developers to pick up the slack.

"This opens up new positions and brings on new innovators, and allows us to load balance the increasing national demand that we're getting," says Shawn Crowley, who shares the Grand Rapids office manager responsibilities with Mike Marsiglia. "Because the company is growing across all our offices, that's increased the workload on our leadership team. We're looking where we can carve off certain aspects of our roles and create new leadership positions, so now we can hire more people and set the foundation for us to grow."

Atomic Object has openings for a junior (two years' experience) and a senior (five to seven years' experiences) user-experience designer. There is also an opening for one junior or senior software developer.
 
Crowley says the designer positions require a wide set of skills in visual design, human-centered design process, information architecture, and interaction design.

The developer positions will fit the recent college graduate or experienced designer who has a generalist approach to software development and technology, who is excited to build solutions in a wide variety of technology stacks, and who enjoys developing embedded software and mobile web solutions for clients.

To find out more or to apply for a position, click here.

Writer: Deborah Johnson Wood, Development News Editor
Images courtesy of Atomic Object
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